Music of Thailand
The music of Thailand reflects its geographic position at the intersection of China and India, and reflects trade routes that have historically included Persia, Africa, Greece and Rome. Thai musical i...
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Piphat
Video: Piphat played at Wat Khung Taphao, Uttaradit Province Video 2 Sound sampleA piphat (Thai: ปี่พาทย์,  [pìːpʰâːt]) is a kind of ensemble in the classical music of Thailand, which fea...
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Khruang sai
Wong khrueang sai (Thai: วงเครื่องสาย,  [woŋ kʰrɯ̂əŋ sǎːj], literally "string ensemble") is a musical ensemble in Thai classical music which consists primarily of string instruments. A typica...
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Mahori
The mahori (Thai: มโหรี,  [mahǒːriː]) is a form of Thai classical ensemble which was traditionally played by women in the courts. It combines the xylophones and gong circles (but not the pi, ...
Music of Cambodia
The music of Cambodia is derived from a mesh of cultural traditions dating back to the ancient Khmer Empire, India, China and the original indigenous tribes living in the area before the arrival of In...
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Luk thung
Luk Thung (Thai: ลูกทุ่ง; lit. "child/children of the fields") refers to the most popular form of a style of music found in Thailand. The term is short for pleng luk thung (Thai: เพลงลูกทุ่ง; ...
Mor lam
Mor lam (Thai/Isan: หมอลำ [mɔ̌ː lam]) is a traditional Lao form of song in Laos and Isan.Mor lam means expert song, or expert singer, referring to the music or artist respectively. Other romanisation...
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Music of Laos
Laos is dominated by the Lao but includes minorities of Hmong, Mien, Kmhmu, among many others.
Lao folk music, known as Lam, is extemporaneous singing accompanied by the khene. The Lao people als...
Thai rock
Thai rock is rock music from Thailand. Emerging in the 1980s, it became widely popular in the 1990s. The subgenre of string and pop rock began to flourish in the 1980s with bands like Asanee-Wasan and...
Phleng phuea chiwit
Phleng phuea chiwit (Thai: เพลงเพื่อชีวิต  [pʰleːŋ pʰɯː tɕʰiːwit̚]; lit. "Songs for Life") describes to Thai folk music, strongly influenced by elements of Western folk and rock music with a prot...
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String (Thai pop)
Thai pop music is a genre of Thai music roughly equivalent to western pop. It emerged during the 1970s–80s, and was during that period known as String music (Thai: เพลงสตริง). It took over mainstr...
Traditional Thai musical instruments
Traditional Thai musical instruments (Thai: เครื่องดนตรีไทย) are the musical instruments used in the traditional and classical music of Thailand. They comprise a wide range of wind, string, and pe...
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Lao music
Traditional Lao music can be divided into classical and folk forms.
The Khene is the instrument most identified with Laotian music. A national proverb says that "a person living under a stilted ho...